html5 in unreal engine 4.24 – package unreal engine games for the web.

[UnrealEngineHTML5/UnrealEngine]

[Install Python 3.8.2]

[Install CMake]

[Install Git Bash]

[Install the .Net 4.6.2 Developer Pack]

Open the Bash Shell and clone the repro/branch.

git clone https://github.com/ufna/UnrealEngine -b 4.24-html5 UnrealEngineHtml_4_24

Turn off the App execution aliases for Python.

Add support for the HTML5 platform:

cd Engine/Platforms/HTML5
./HTML5Setup.sh
cd ../../../

Run: ./GenerateProjectFiles.bat

Open UE4.sln in Visual Studio 2017.

Set Solution Configuration to Development Editor.

Set Solution Platform to Win64.

Set Startup Projects to AutomationTool.

Build the following projects:

AutomationTool
AutomationToolLauncher
ShaderCompileWorker
UnrealBuildTool
UnrealFileServer
UnrealFrontend
UnrealHeaderTool
UnrealLightmass
UnrealPak
UE4

Launch Engine\Binaries\Win64\UE4Editor.exe.

[Issues related to App execution alias and dependencies]

Setting up a Vue Calendar

  1. Adding Calendar through the [CDN]
  2. Adding Calendar through Webpack

Setup the Vue CLI:

npm i -g @vue/cli

Get the Vue Loader:

npm install -D vue-loader vue-template-compiler

Create a new webpack project: (Say no to SASS unless it’s setup properly)

vue init webpack-simple vue-calendar

Make sure the project generated correctly:

cd vue-calendar
npm install
npm run dev

Add the [V-Calendar] Vue component:

npm i v-calendar

Relaunch the site:

npm run dev

Open VS Code:

code .

[Issue: Need surrounding weeks]

eGPU on an old Toshiba Satellite S55t C5222 HD Laptop

After seeing this video, I attempted the project.

I was able to connect a desktop [NVIDIA Geforce GTX 680] to a [Toshiba Satellite S55T-C5222 Laptop] which uses a [PA5195U-1BRS] battery.

I had to disconnect the WIFI module in order to connect the [PCIE M.2 cable] which connects to the [EXP GDC Beast eGPU] instead of using the supplied mini PCIE cable.

And then reattach the ethernet and USB connector.

I used a [650W Power Supply] which came with a 20+(4 pin) which I disconnected the 4 pins to connect with the 20 pin connector on the eGPU. The CPU 4-pin connector powers the eGPU. And the two GPU 6 pin connectors power the graphics card. I can use the power switch on the power supply to turn on/off the graphics card.

In the end, the NVIDIA 680 did work but I kept getting BSODs (blue screen of death). I feel like a newer graphics card would have done better but they aren’t available right now at even reasonable prices.